UHR035 - Rampage - Bellum Infinitum
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The original release also featured two cover songs, omitted here to comply with copyright restrictions - a cover of "War Machine" by KISS and a cover of "In the Shadow of the Horns" by Darkthrone. This Darkthrone cover song later appeared on "The Next Thousand Years Are Ours," an underground CDR multimedia tribute to Darkthrone.
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|Up From the Depths / Rainbow Skies|
|Sisters of Death|
Subject: nice gem
record store for a cheap price. This is the first album
by Rampage I've heard. It is kind of an epic black melodic style, with a hint of doom thrown in the mix. The cover is just a photo copy of a sword sticking up out of the ground , simple and effective. At times the lead guitars sound slightly out of tune, which bugs me little, and the vocals are...lets say unique. theres clean vocals, yells and death like growling type vocals too. I find the instruments sound better than the singing parts but all in all it has an underground charm that i like more and more. I shall be checking out more of this (one man) band soon. Recommended, foOls!
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